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allegations. >> prosecutors believe johnson likely strangled phylicia barnes, dumped her body into a mastic tub, and it all happened inside her sister's apartment in northwest baltimore. >> reporter: for the first time, prosecutors revealed the evidence against michael johnson for the murder of phylicia barnes. he's the ex-boyfriend of barnses' sister -- barnes' sister, who is accused of killing her in 2010. wjz has learned, johnson texted and called barnes, 500 times in the three months prior to her disappearance. and she confided in her sister that she doesn't like the way he looked at her, that he made her feel uncomfortable. and johnson was seen carrying a 35-gallon container from the apartment moments after she disappeared. prosecutors say that that's large enough to carry a body. >> what's really surprise signature number of times he made contact with my little cousin.
it was hard for me to even accept or think, that a man of his age would be in contact with my cousin. >> reporter: he spoke of fleeing to a country, where he could not be extradited. he said, i feel like everything is going to hit the fan. i feel like i should pack up some stuff and leave, maybe leave the country. i should go to brazil. if i started a new life, would they be able to arrest me? >> i don't blame him for it. he's scared. he's never dealt with the criminal justice system a day in his life. >> and being arrested and charged with this is a travesty. >> reporter: johnson dated barnes' sister for. barnes' body was found floating in the river. cause of death, asphyxiation. >> and they have video of him buying that plastic tub at a wal-mart. one question, if johnson did, indeed, kill phylicia barnes, why did he do it?
bail was denied. >> the judge called johnson a potential threat to society, especially to people he is close to. tonight, police say a suspect arrested for another attack may also be responsible. jessica kartalija is live in the newsroom with the latest on this troubling case. >> reporter: 19-year-old michael davis is charged with assault after attacking a woman with a hammer. police say he attacked the woman in the same northwest washington neighborhood, where a string of attacks have happened, including the beating death of six-year-old gary deadrick. deadrick's body is found in an alley, just days after he arrived in town for a two-week vacation. according to several washington, d.c. tv stations, michael davis is the youngest brother of former university of maryland football star, vernon davis, who plays professional football, for the san francisco 49ers. vic? >> police suspect he may be responsible for many as four similar attacks. nearly 30 million dollars.
that is how much the family of baltimore native yeardley love is seeking for her killer. >> reporter: and denise, love's family is seeking damages for the murder of yeardley love. george huguely was convicted in february of second- degree murder and grand larceny, in connection with the death of yeardley love in 2010. in a civil lawsuit, sharon lover claims huguely failed to use ordinary care, for an accident, which he is responsible. >> huguely is an adult. what he does, he's responsible for. so if they get a judgment, it would be against him. and then i don't know whether he has no pocket or what the lawyers call deep pocket. >> reporter: legal analyst says the love family is suing for $29 million, based on statistics that show yeardley would have lived another 59 years, had she not had a fateful run-in with her former boyfriend. >> what they're asking for is a
half a million dollars for each year her life was shortened. >> reporter: the lawsuit also says huguely was aware or should have been aware that love was severely injured after the physical altercation that would result in her death. just this month, sharon love traveled to the nation's capital, to support the renewal of violence against women act. >> my daughter was murdered almost two years ago, at the universality of virginia -- university of virginia, by an out-of-control lacrosse player, with a violent past. our lives will never be the same. >> reporter: sharon love wants the safely case heard in front of a jury. much of the same evidence from the criminal trial will be presented. denise? >> all right. thank you very much, mary. now, the loves are also seeking $1 million in punitive damages, less reimbursement for attorney fees. new information for the man attacked outside of lexington market. sky eye chopper 13 was over saratoga street, as the victim was taken to shock trauma. police now say the 23-year-old man died from multiple stab wounds to his chest and
abdomen. 22-year-old troy harrison is charged in connection with this murder. just days before the one- year anniversary of the death of osama bin laden, law enforcement is on high alert, for possible revenge attack. tara mergener reports from washington with more on the concerns. the fbi and department of homeland security have issued a joint intelligence bulletin. as the anniversary of osama bin laden's death approaches. it warns all law enforcement agencies to be on alert for a possible revenge attack. but the obama administration says, there is no evidence of a specific threat. >> at this time, we have no credible information that terrorist organizations, including al qaeda, are plotting attacks in the u.s., to coincide with the anniversary of bin laden's death. >> reporter: former director of national intelligence, and john miller, was the last western journalist to interview bin laden. he has no doubt that next week's anniversary is circled on al qaeda's calendar.
>> reporter: one of the things that came out of the search of osama bin laden's home, was his particular liking to significance in dates. >> reporter: while al qaeda's desire may be high, its capability is said to be low. the main concern is terrorists who can move undetected and strike without warning. >> reporter: investigators monitoring jihaddist websites say there have been new calls for attacks. >> most conversations may be a lot of hot air. but when you read through them, they're very concerning. >> reporter: the u.s. is also concerned about this man, ibrahim ilasiry. he may be planning his next attack. coming up all new at 6:30, the local face of terror. a former baltimore county man, who plotted with al qaeda to kill americans. wjz investigates how he got involved in terrorism. a baby, savagely attacked with a knife inside what is
supposed to be a secure department of social services office. her mother, now charged. now, major changes to security procedures to prevent it from happening again. and wjz is live. gigi barnett explains what is being done. gigi? >> security workers say 29-year- old kenisha thomas, visited her daughter earlier this week. she was able to sneak a kitchen knife into the building to attack her daughter. >> reporter: three days after police arrest 29-year-old kenisha thomas for stabbing her 8-month-old baby during a supervised visit inside this east baltimore social service office, the state is tightening its safety rules to keep all weapons out. >> we'll -- we will be installing lockers, where bags will be checked prior to going into the rooms. >> reporter: social workers who fear for their safety or a child's security can also request additional security inside the visitation rooms. although thomas's case is still under investigation, the social worker had no backup.
and thomas went through a metal detector. >> our employees performed admirably in that case, and in some cases, heroically, putting themselves in harm's way to save the child. >> the social services union says it has complained about security in the building before and feared the worst. because many times they come in contact with angry and irate parents. >> it was a matter of time before something tragic happened. >> reporter: now, some social workers want the private security company removed from duty. >> their contract should be terminated. you think that an incident like this would not have happened, if someone was doing their job. >> reporter: and the department of human resources says it has no plans at this time to get rid of that private security company. back to you, denise. >> thank you, gigi. meanwhile, the 8-month-old infant, whose name is pretty diamond, is in fair condition. updating the breaking news from earlier. a manhole explosion from downtown. sky eye 13 is over the scene. the cover is thrown about 100
feet. no one was hurt. bge and city firefighters are looking into what caused it. a sunny but breezy friday evening. a live look outside right now. hard to believe. the month of april is quickly coming to an end. wjz is live with first warning weather coverage. meteorologist tim williams and bob turk are updating live doppler radar. and the ongoing drought conditions for some of the state. bob? >> april has been kind of warmer than march was. let's take a look at temps and conditions around the region. look at the rain out to the west of us. good chance we'll see some of that rain coming into the area by saturday night, into early sunday morning. not a whole lot. but we'll see some of that. temperature-wise, white rite now, we're -- right now, we're at 60 degrees. 46, the cold spot in oakland. tonight, later on -- yes, we had something. we just lost it. but we have a frost advisory north and west of the city. tonight, some areas could get down to 30 to 35 degrees. and there can be frost in those areas. tim has a look at that updated drought index.
tim? >> well, the united states geological survey updates the drought conditions each week on a ekely basis. -- weekly basis. and last week's rain helped us quite a bit. we're looking at improvement on the lower eastern shore. severe drought now, only concentrated to the area down around ocean city. as of last week, or before -- this week, it extended all the way up into northeast maryland. still in moderate drought conditions in central maryland. and abnormally dry conditions from roughly western baltimore county to the far western edge of the state. but we are going to see more rain this weekend. and that could also help with the drought conditions. we do expect some unsettled weather from tomorrow night into sunday morning. and then we expect to see some clearing. by this time next week, we could be up around 83 degrees. bob will have details. >> thank you, tim. the excitement of the nfl draft, turns into disappointment for some ravens fans. when the team does not make the first round pick.
the draft resumes in less than an hour. and sports director mark viviano has more on the teams wheeling and dealing. mark? >> yeah, denise. all of that anticipation for the pick. but you always have to allow for the poanlts of no -- possibility of no pick at all. as it was for the ravens first round last night. they made a trade instead for the minnesota minnesota vikings. but the chance is up for when the draft resumes tonight. >> reporter: the 2012 draft turned into a version of the game show, "let's make a deal." >> tampa bay has traded to jacksonville. >> reporter: eight teams traded their first round picks, including the ravens, who were set to pick 29th out of 32 teams. but they moved out of the round entirely, to get an extra pick from minnesota later in the draft. because of the ravens' success on the field, making it all the way to the afc title game last season, they a late, first- round pick, which means having to watch so many other teams
pick before them. >> you can't control what is going to happen. and as long as i'm here, hopefully i'm picking 29, 30, 31, or 32. and -- and then when you watch the board come off the way it did, you know, to have the ability to go back, acquire another player, and still to get a player, if you probably would have taken it at your pick, is good business for us. >> reporter: that good business can still yield some good players. the ravens have the third pick of a second round tonight. and one of the players they like is alabama linebacker, courtney upshaw. and there are a number of offensive linemen, like peter cons of wisconsin. >> we still have players that we like. and that's the reason we felt it was good about moving back. still thinking that we could get one of those players. >> and ozzie newsome and his personnel team are now set here in the draft room, here at the team facility in owings mills. no doubt, making phone calls
and receiving phone calls, about more possible trades. matt stover, the former ravens kicker, will be at the draft ceremony, in new york, to announce the ravens' picks. that's the latest. i'll more coming up in sports. back to you for now. >> the rams have the first pick in the second round. boldly going where no space shuttle has gone before. the enterprize companies down in new york, after a flight from dulles international. the test shuttle rode piggyback, flying over landmarks. after the landing, leonard nimoy, best known for playing spock, spoke about the historic move. >> when this ship was first built, it was named, constitution. star trek fans can be very persuasive. they send a lot of letters to president gerald ford at the time. and the president logically decided that the ship should be named after a spaceship enterprise. and that's how this enterprise
came to be named. >> the enterprise will soon be making its home at the intrepid sea, air and space museum, on manhattan's west side. by the way, new york, we got it first, by the way. >> yes, we did. i couldn't see spock. i couldn't see him close, if his ears were still pointy. still to come on wjz eyewitness news. cash controversy. george zimmerman has more money than he let on. will this affect his bail status? i'm mike schuh, in hale thorpe. you're looking at a hole, made by a rock, thrown through a window of this mosque. police are now looking at this as a possible hate crime. the story next. it's great. bright. it's very bright. i'm jessica kartalija, at sagamore farms. we talk to kevin plank about the future of horse racing in maryland. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
tonight, baltimore county police are investigating a possible hate crime, after a rock is thrown through the window of a mosque. mike schuh has more on what happened. >> in this strip mall, between the caterers and the insurance agent. the national language of pakistan is heard. friday prayers are to muslims what saturday is to jews, sundays to christians. it's here they come to pray. >> the glass was all over the place. >> reporter: earlier this week, this back window was shattered. where worshipers are now, the glass coated the carpet. the rock, in the corner. >> must be a 10-pounders. >> leaders take me to the back. it's fenced. only one way in or out. before they cast their stone, the vandals walked right past this rock pile. >> reporter: so the hole in this window is large enough to fit through, no one went inside. >> it could be a hate crime. or it could be just a little
mischief of somebody, a teenager. >> reporter: nothing was taken inside. the damage is only a couple hundred bucks. but because this is a place of worship, county police want to know if it's a hate crime. >> it's a crime committed out of a motive or prejudice or hatred for a certain group of people. >> reporter: they're not sure it is, but a national islamic organization made the fbi aware of what happened here. >> whenever it happens, we don't regard any incident as too small. >> reporter: 40 families now wonder why and would like to talk with the culprits. >> i'd like to know that what really provoked your feelings. verbally instead of showing it to us. >> meanwhile, no eyewitnesses. no suspects. in towson, mike schuh, wjz eyewitness news. back to you on tv hill. if you can add more
informitation to their -- information to their investigation, baltimore police ask you to give them a call. the second leg of the triple crown is just weeks away. and the ceo of underarmour may have a preakness starter. jessica kartalija reports from sagamore farms. the plan to get people excited again about horse racing. >> reporter: underarmour ceo, kevin plank, wanted to get maryland back on track. and he's doing just that. purchasing the farm back in 2007. plank and his team are rebuilding the farm's reputation. >> we think we can run a successful breeding, racing operation here in maryland. so there's a lot of things we're going to have to do that are new and different. there's a lot of things we're just going to have to breathe to life. >> enter tiger walk. likely to be the new shooter for the 137th running of the preakness stakes. >> there's probably no other day in the world where they look at the state of maryland
and say, what's happening there? and that's the preakness. >> reporter: a shot in the arm, just two years after the financial future of the preakness was at stake. there was talk the preakness may be moved because maryland couldn't afford it. >> we can't let that race go away. it's important. i think people have just forgotten about that. so i'm very lucky to be in a position to hopefully help remind people a little about it. >> reporter: with 28 horses of racing age, plank and his team have an exciting year ahead. >> our mission is to win the triple crown. and stay posted. stay tuned. we'll get there someday. >> we'll be watching. >> at sagamore forms, jessica cartal yeah wjz eyewitness news. >> beautiful plank will be represented this weekend. millions reasons why and humble and hungry will race in the preakness and dixie states. bob has been telling us, it feels cool out there now. it's feeling a little wet. >> in between, frost.
48 now out in oakland. they're going to be cold tonight. warm spot, 65 down in pax river locally. clear skies still have a breeze, though. 58. rock hall at 57, westminster. generally areas northeast of the city, upper eastern shore. delaware areas. north and west of the city. that's when we expect to see scattered frost or freezing temps. they're still pretty strong now. as you see, 12, 8, 16, 20 miles an hour. but late tonight, as the winds die down, cold, high pressure over the area. good chance to see scattered frost or freezing temps in some of the areas north and west of town. so if you have any tender plants you brought out, flowers, annuals, they will probably get bitten by the frost. some of them may even die. watch out for that. cover them up and bring them in. low pressure is moving to the east. ahead of it, shower and thundershower activity. a little rain developing over missouri. now into portions of indiana. clouds moving in the afternoon.
probably after 4:00, 5:00. light rain activity. and showers probably continuing into sunday morning. there is your frost freeze advisories, northwest of town. 2:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. tonight. cooler air overnight tonight. for the weekend, kind of chilly on saturday, with the rain coming in. but it clears out quickly. sunday afternoon, i expect to see the sun back. and then a warmup begins next week. north winds on the bay, 5 to 10 knots. bay temp, around 57 degrees. tonight, cooler, yeah, cold. 35, some suburbs 30. downtown, probably 40 or 45. 58 tomorrow in the afternoon, with some clouds coming in after morning sunshine. and a little rain after 4:00, 5:00, into tomorrow night and early on sunday. sunday afternoons should clear out, though. >> but forget saturday night. >> saturday night looks a little damp at this point. >> all right. thank you, bob. still to come. battle for the youth vote. president obama and republican challenger mitt romney focus on
student loans. will they go up dramatically? 20 years later, the nation watches in horror as the l.a. riots explain, what has changed? coming up, a maryland teen. another face in the crowd. until he became the face of terror. >> how does a young man from baltimore county, end up working for al qaeda? >> reporter: wjz investigates. what drove majid ,,,,,,
it is 6:30. 60 degrees and sunny. good evening. thanks for staying with wjz. here are some of the stories people are talking about tonight. a bombshell discovery that may shake up the trayvon martin case. did george zimmerman lie during has bail hearing about his financial situation. mary joins us now live with the latest twist. >> reporter: george zimmerman is sitting on more than $200,000 raised on a website for his defense. right now, he's out on bond. and this could impact his freedom. >> he asked me what to do with his pay pal accounts. and he said those are the
accounts from the website he had. and there was about $200,000, to $204,000 that had come in to date. >> reporter: george zimmerman's attorney, mark omerra, said he learned about the $200,000 raised on online from zimmerman's website. since that time, the site has been taken down. >> i don't think judge lester is going to believe i misled them. i told them what i knew at the time. >> reporter: at the time, zimmerman told him he was broke. he was released from jail, after raising 10% of his $150,000 bail. criminal attorney mark geragos said this could send simmer swran back to bars. >> if you have money stashed in an account that basically you didn't earn, somebody just gave it to you, and you can just pay the bond, that gives judges concern. >> reporter: the money is now in a secure account no one can access. [ singing ] >> the reverend jesse jackson
brought it up thursday. >> able to say to the judge that he was destitute and poor. >> that seemed spur the fund trayvon martin set up in his name. >> the things that is actually keeping us going as a family is the support that we're getting from all over. >> the real george zimmerman website has since shut down. but his defense is now starting two new ones. nede niece. >> refused the prostitution -- prosecution's request for a gag order. city of angels. marks the 20th anniversary. jessica kartalija is live. >> lasted for six days and caused more than a billion dollars in damage. all began after several white police officers were acquitted
in the brutal beating of rodney king caught on tape. angry los angelinos. 55 were killed. hundreds more injured. after pleas from civic leaders and deployment. national guard, the riots final leiley came to an end. a recent poll in l.a. indicates race relations have improved in the past two decades. >> two of the officers in the king attack were eventually convicted on federal charges. on another somber anniversary is being marked here in maryland this weekend. 10 years ago, the worst tornado in maryland history ripped through the town of la plata, charles county. three people were killed. dozens of buildings were damaged or destroyed. and it took years for that town to rebuild. meteorologist tim williams joins us now with more on the strength of that tornado. and others that have struck here in maryland since. tim? >> well, denise, there has not been another twister as powerful in maryland since that la plata tornado. and only a handful in state history have reached this
strength. our map shows not only the one in la plata. but here's another ef-4 at la plata. and others in garrett and allegheny counties. those tornadoes date back to the 1920s. one in the 1940s. and then, of course, going into the 1990s and then again 10 years ago. as our enhanced fujita score goes, ef4 tornadoes are devastating near the top of the scale. with wind speeds ranging from 168 miles per hour, up to about 200 miles per hour. now, la plata has a state of the art warning system that it didn't have at the time, that we should mention only 1% of all tornadoes reported are ef4 or ef5. vic? >> just days from now, is the one-year anniversary of the death of osama bin laden, taken out by navy seals. law enforcement across the nation is on high alert for possible attack. the obama administration says there is no credible threat. but analysts, monitoring extremist websites say there has been an increase in anti- american chatter. the biggest concern is a lone
wolf terrorist. and one of those, a former baltimore county man, who plotted with al qaeda to kill americans. wiernlg looks at how-- wjz looks at how the boy next door turned into the local face of terror. >> reporter: the quiet suburban streets of this catonsville neighborhood. suddenly ground zero in a 2003 terror investigation. >> guy knocked on my door. >> outside my house, i noticed a lot of unmarked cars. said he was from the fbi. >> reporter: agents search for information about majid khan. >> yeah. that guy used to live across the street from me. >> reporter: the 1995 graduate from owings mills high school, is now the only american citizen being held in guantanamo bay, a terrorist detainee camp in cuba. >> he played a little ball. but khan had a secret. the seemingly innocent maryland man was plotting terror.
>> the wrong recruiter got to him. bin laden gave him a job. >> reporter: prosecutors say khan was inspired. two months later, he jumped on a plane to pakistan. >> he joined with materially- supported al qaeda. >> he strapped on a sawdz vest -- suicide vest and planned to kill the president of pakistan. but the plot failed. he developed plans to poison local water supplies here in the metro area. when that failed, khan flew to indonesia. he successfully delivered al qaeda money to fund the bombing of a marriott hotel. the blast killed a dozen people. >> what strikes you about the majid khan case? >> this gentleman got involved with the worst of the worst. >> reporter: university of maryland law professor, michael greenberg is a u.s. counter terrorism official. he is intrigued with a deal struck with the government. it could stop future attacks n.
a rare move, khan pled guilty and will actually testify against other terrorists. >> the fact that they've given him what i consider to be a good deal, suggests to me that he does have information that is useful to the united states in plotting out what the terror threats are. >> reporter: khan's defense team. >> he wishes he had never been involved with al qaeda, ever. >> reporter: but khan isn't the only suspect with maryland ties. since 9/11, a handful of other marylanders have also been tied with terrorist movement. >> do you think the government is taking the right steps to stop home-grown terror? >> yes. but we cannot forget, there is an ease of entry into these criminal activities. and we have to remain vigil. >> reporter: a quiet teen who went to a school in owings mills, to a terrorist. leaves some people puzzled. >> who knows what triggers anyone? they could potentially be anywhere. >> reporter: adam may, wjz
eyewitness news. >> majid khan will serve between 19 to 25 years for his crimes. it is unclear what will happen to him after his sentence. time for a quick look at some of the stories you'll find in the baltimore sun. what's next for the super block, now that the state's highest court has thrown out a challenge to the east side redevelopment plan. what frank robinson thinks about having his statue unveiled saturday. and the ravens' picks in the envelope -- nfl draft. still to come tonight on wjz's eyewitness news. operation martilla. the navy confiscates thousands of pounds of cotain before it makes it -- cocaine before it make its to the u.s. fiery collision. a crash between a tractor- trailer and a school bus. is anyone hurt? i'm bob turk. the first warning weather center. more of those april showers for the weekend. i'll have the exclusive first warning five-day forecast. and wjz 13 is always on. here are the top stories at wjz.com at this hour. for updates on all the day's
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bus rode on to its roof and caught fire, smashing into the gravel hauler. the bus was carrying both middle school and high school students four students were taken. crash is under investigation. >> u.s. navy captures a drug operation. two speeding boats were spotted off the coast of panama last week. suspects tossed their illegal cargo. the suspects got away. student loans have turned into an election-year clash between republicans and the white house. tara mergener reports for wjz, on the battle for the youth vote. >> reporter: millions of students, like howard university student sof mer, derek simmons could graduate with more debt if congress allows the interest rate on student loans to double. >> it's so hard paying for college. >> reporter: president obama pushed lawmakers to take action. friday, the house did. >> the bill is passed.
>> reporter: republicans push through a bill that eliminates a preventative care fund in president obama's healthcare law, to pay for the rate extension. >> is unconscionable, the republican leadership is forcing us to schiewz between education and healthcare. >> reporter: the white house is promised to veto the healthcare bill. the house speaker accuses democrats of picking a campaign fight. >> nobody wants to see student loan interest rates go up. people want to politicize this because it's an election year. but my god, do we have to fight about everything? >> the real battle may be for the youth vote. howard freshman, says she's keeping an eye on the student loan issue. >> money is money. and it's very tight right now. so hopefully, you know, congress gets it right. >> reporter: she knows the
outcome could affect her long after. senate democrats will bring their version of the deal up in may. it pays for the rate cut extension with a tax hike on businesses, on approach republicans bear. a bear takes a break. students at the university of colorado spotted the 200 pound young bear roaming around campus. after a long walk, he traveled up into a tree. wildlife rangers carefully tranquilized him. then positioned large, thick mats around the base of the tree. and when the bear fell asleep, he fell off, safely onto the mats. >> dude. that's some ball. okay. bob schieffer has a preview of what's coming up tonight on the cbs evening news. the latest numbers show the recovery is slowing down. we'll speak with business owners about where they think the economy is headed tonight on the cbs evening news. here's a look at tonight's closing numbers from wall street. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,
wjz is live with the first warning weather coverage. meteorologist tim williams and bob turk are updating the forecast. but first, here's tim. it is a bit breezy. but it definitely is going to get better as we move into the latter part of the weekend. we have a little rain expected tomorrow afternoon. temperatures tonight, we should mention, 2:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. we're expecting a freeze warning and frost advisory for many parts of the area. and then we start to warm up. tomorrow, we'll get up to a daytime high in the 60s. but then we expect rain into sunday. for the next five days, we send it into bob. maybe 4:00, 5:00, light rain into early sunday. 58. a little warmer by afternoon. 68, monday. looks like a pretty nice day. scattered shower or thundershower. tuesday or wednesday, as it warms up. 70, back up to 80. next wednesday. >> 80? thank you, bob. stir style to come. after a quiet day. one of the nfl draft.
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waiting. nfl draft, rounds 2 and 3 are tonight, barring any more trades, the ravens will have three more tonight and six tomorrow. as we have been telling you, the ravens did not pick in the first round. instead, they made a trade with the minnesota vikings. for the ravens ai chance to prove that there is quality and quantity before the first round. new england patriot his the best first round. defensive end out of syracuse. chandler jones. he's the brother of arthur jones. patriots moved up also to grab daunte hightower. some say they beat baltimore in the draft, too. >> one thing about bill, you know i mean, all year long, people talk about the defense. bill is a coordinator by heart. so he got really good in his front seven with chandler jones
and hightower. >> ravens could target defense tonight. ravens have the third pick of the seventh round. baseball now. orioles in action at camden yards tonight. they welcome in the oakland a's. they've already clenched a winning game in the month of april. we have been saying since spring training training that starting pitching is the key for the orioles. and brian matusz certainly proved that last night. matis has admittedly been struggling. but he can feel good about how he pitched last night in the win to complete the sweep of toronto. >> this year, i felt good out there in multiple outings. today i was able to be consistent and really found myself getting into the groove and putting everything together. >> not trying to do too much. but trying to hit location.
>> it's pretty simple. when the starters pitch well. the orioles tend to win. it's up to jake arrieta. oakland come to town. they're in second place in the west. brandon mccarktdy is there tonight. you can see the game on masn. the series will wrap up sunday afternoon. this reminder, you can see that game here on wjz. o's and a's coming your way. following that, it will head out to new york and boston. >> michael jordan may have been the best basketball player. but owner of the bobcats, he's officially the worst. >> final record. >> michael jordan took over two years ago. and of course, being that bad, they'll likely get a high draft pick.
don't miss the cbs primetime lineup tonight at 10:00. it's blue bloods. >> finally tonight, cute animal alert. a polar bear cub enjoys fun in the sun in finland. look at this guy. he's playing in lapland. that's his mother with him. the cub doesn't have a name yet. there is a competition going on to find one right now. >> okay. enjoy that. let's stretch out. that's it tonight. >> thanks for watching wjz, maryland's news station. much more ahead on the cbs >> schieffer: tonight, a crackdown on secret service agents after the prostitution scandal. cbs news learns of new rules
governing agents' behavior and monitors will accompany secret service advance teams. norah o'donnell will have details. the economy slows and that means fewer jobs. anthony mason looks at where the economy may be headed this election year. 20 years after the beating of rodney king and the riots that followed, john blackstone looks at how los angeles has changed. and "on the road," charles kuralt and steve hartman take us to a cadillac plant. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> schieffer: good evening, scott's off tonight, i'm bob schieffer. well, another shoe has dropped in the sex and the secret service scandal. the agency issued and internal memo today ordering new training, stricter rules on the use of alcohol, and assigning monitors from the services office